Artem Balabanyan wrote:
> I have made the Linux floppy boot disk that boots the Kernel
> from hda. But I also want that the same floppy disk could load
> another Kernel that is placed on it. To do this I need to find
> out the sectors on which the Kernel is written on the disk.
> How can I do this? I repeat the question: How to find the sectors
> the Kernel is situated on? Please answer me. If I did something
> wrong or you didn't get the question please write me back.
If you want more than one kernel on a floppy you will need to put a
filesystem on the floppy and use lilo or syslinux to select the kernel
you want to boot.
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